"Extra's" Renee Bargh caught up with "Underworld" star Kate Beckinsale at The Grove's Barnes & Noble, where Renee asked the actress if she reads "Twilight" with her 13-year-old daughter, Lily Sheen.
Beckinsale replied, "We could read it together, but I don't think she necessarily wants to sit on my lap and be read to anymore."
Kate read to some lucky kids at The Grove's Barnes and Noble for The Nestle Share the Joy of Reading Program. Check out the video!
Ninety-year-old "It" girl Betty White told "Extra's" Renee Bargh, "I'm the happiest, luckiest old broad on two feet!"
White, who stars in "Hot in Cleveland," dished about where to meet men ("They'll find you, trust me!") and the craziest thing a man has ever done to get her attention ("He sent me a Great Pyrenees puppy!").
Adorable YouTube phenoms Sophia Grace & Rosie chatted with "Extra's" Terri Seymour about the Grammys, appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and taking Terri back home to England! Watch!
Naomi Campbell is one of the world's most recognized supermodels, and "Extra" sat down with the man who discovered her -- Paul Fisher, the host of the CW show "Remodeled."
Fisher told "Extra" that while Campbell is "tough to work with at times and very demanding, she is one of the greatest models in the world that ever lived."
Check out the video, and find out Fisher's three easy tips that can help anyone look like a model!
"Extra" friend and billionaire Donald Trump talked about the shocking death of Whitney Houston, telling AJ Calloway, "I knew Whitney very well. I went to their wedding. She was a great woman."
"Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with Katherine Heigl at the NYC premiere of "One for the Money," when Barbara Walters walked by and pinched Heigl's bottom!
Walters laughed, "I'm hitting her tushie and she doesn't even turn around!" Heigl replied, "I was sure it was my mom!"
Hollywood's hottest stars flocked to the Talent Resources Suite at this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah -- including Andie McDowell, Emma Roberts, Mary J. Blige, and "Extra's" Mario Lopez and Maria Menounos.
The stars mingled inside the TR Suite -- hosted by Talent Resources for the fourth year in a row at the snowy festival.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences screened the first Best Picture Winner, "Wings," as part of Paramount Pictures' 100th Anniversary Celebration.
The 1927 film starred Clara Bow, Charles "Buddy" Rogers, Richard Arlen and Gary Cooper.